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  • Q1
    The Estates General was made up of three different groups. Which statement correctly describes the Third Estate?
    They were part of the 1% of France's population
    They were educated French people and helped the destitute
    They owned approximately 20% of the land
    They paid the majority of the taxes to the government
  • Q2
    Which economic theory is described in the following statements?
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    None of the above
  • Q3
    How did Napoleon Bonaparte become France's sole ruler?
    He was restored as a member of the royal family
    He was elected by the members of the National Convention.
    He seized control in a military takeover of the government
    He was elected by the citizens of Paris
  • Q4
    Which of the following is a result from the development of British railroads?
    Created thousands of mining jobs
    All of the above
    Encouraged people to travel for leisure
    Lowered the cost of transporting goods
  • Q5
    Why did British, French, and Russian governments support Greece’s rebellion against Ottoman rule?
    The Ottoman Empire threatened to expel Greek Christians from the Balkan Peninsula.
    These governments respected Greek contributions to politics and philosophy.
    These governments supported nationalist movements throughout Europe.
    The British and French governments wanted Russia to have control of the eastern Mediterranean.
  • Q6
    How did the Industrial Revolution change the lives of middle-class British women?
    They entered the workforce as domestic servants.
    They became isolated from their families working long hours in factories.
    They began to attend college to train for careers as teachers.
    They began to receive the same wages as men.
  • Q7
    Which statement would a conservative who lived during the early 1800s support?
    Government works best when it is limited.
    Monarchies need to be replaced with democratic republics.
    Monarchies should be sustained in order to keep public order.
    The preservation of personal liberties is the goal of good government.
  • Q8
    Which organization did Maximilien Robespierre lead that oversaw the horrors of the Reign of Terror?
    The National Convention
    The National Assembly
    The Directory
    The Committee of Public Safety
  • Q9
    Which theory states that laws should be ignored and governments should be eliminated?
  • Q10
    The most notable effort by Alexander II to modernize Russia came in 1861, when the czar granted freedom to the __________
  • Q11
    How did Brazil’s struggle for independence differ from other Latin American rebellions?
    Brazil became an independent nation with the approval of the royal family.
    Brazil was ruled by former enslaved people following its liberation.
    Brazil promised to recognize the Spanish royal family as heads of state.
    Brazil was granted independence from Spain after a short but relatively bloodless fight.
  • Q12
    What did Klemens von Metternich hope to achieve at the Congress of Vienna?
    to return Europe to the political state of affairs that had existed before the French Revolution
    to politically isolate Austria so that the country may be unable to influence the development of Germany
    to reduce the power of the Pope so that the Italian states may unite in the future
    to weaken Great Britain so that the country may be unable to wage war in the future
  • Q13
    How did the agricultural revolution directly affect industrialization in Great Britain?
    With fewer farmers working the land, the rural population could move to cities.
    With greater crop yields, the government could support larger armies.
    By enclosing fields, landholders could experiment with new farming techniques.
    By using the four crop rotation system, nutrients in the soil could be replaced faster.
  • Q14
    Which statement accurately describes the effect of imperialism during the nineteenth century?
    International competition for colonial markets increased.
    Less-developed nations in Asia and Africa became wealthy from selling raw materials.
    Economic inequality between industrial and agricultural countries narrowed.
    Less-developed nations in Asia and Africa became industrialized.
  • Q15
    Why did Germany industrialize at a later date than Great Britain or the United States?
    Germany was politically separated into many smaller states.
    Germany relied on canals instead of railroads to transport raw materials.
    Germany had a small population that lived in rural areas.
    Germany lacked sufficient coal and iron deposits.

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